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    Re: Vhs

    Quote Originally Posted by James Smith View Post
    I just had to look at it. All work on the program was organized to every other day (Mon/Wed/Fri), however, they listed aerobic conditioning as something to do after/at the end of the main Mon/Wed/Fri sessions.

    So nothing on the Tue/Thu/Sat

    Keep in mind, this was no doubt rooted in the thinking that if they asked the guys for only 3 days a week of unsupervised work they'd have a better chance of them doing it.

    So be sure to think accordingly relative to how disciplined your guy is.

    We just completed the 6 week program. Very solid program put together by Buddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RB34 View Post
    We just completed the 6 week program. Very solid program put together by Buddy.
    What does this program involve?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grooster View Post
    What does this program involve?
    It's a GPP program for football players, mainly to be used right after the season..... On the professional level players would preform this 6 week program before returning for team workouts. The goals of the 6 week program:

    Develop, reestablish, and increase your work capacity.

    Reintroduce yourself to the fundamentals of strength development and dynamic functional flexibility.

    Start eliminating structural weaknesses developed over the course of a season.

    Provide a Functional background on which to commence hypertrophy and strength training.

    Using lower intensities will provide a means of active restoration.

    Start eliminating unwanted body fat.



    Like James mention above - 3 lifting days follow by aerobic work.


    Aerobic work: Part 1 was 20-30mins of traditional cardio, last 2 weeks was jog/walk for reps follow by traditional cardio if additional weight lost is needed.

    Strength training: started out with TCT and MCT and unilateral work then move to traditional strength training with more bilateral work.


    Not sure if track and field athletes could get much from the program....

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